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the best results have come from a mistake.. which i may now explore more
as is often the case... explore ahead
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Oh dear I can only imagine the fun you'll have when you go to mill these blocks. Looking good though.
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Oh dear I can only imagine the fun you'll have when you go to mill these blocks. Looking good though.
yeah that is going to take a very very very long time .. probably not pratical
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Well I've decided that I'm going to see if I can do some of this fluid testing stuff in openfoam. So I guess I'm going to have similar experiences as you.
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Wow you just keep on getting those temps down! Nice one. Although all the temps and energy you save with this complex block will be demolished by the time and energy and heat used up by the cnc mill!
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Well I've decided that I'm going to see if I can do some of this fluid testing stuff in openfoam. So I guess I'm going to have similar experiences as you.
One thing im very aware of, is that i could go on testing idea's FOREVER and never make a block. It's getting time to just stop testing things and make it.
Edited by Ultrasonic2 (muffy) - 8/17/09 at 5:14pm
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Ok well guys the above pic is pretty much what going to be making.. any changes from that seems to reduce it's performance...

To get better gains i really need to go to more pumps i can add two pumps in series but that will only do so much .. adding pumps in parallel does nothing with my current design.


SO im considering making a "F.I" Block that is super high flow. So high flow that the performance with one pump will be poor. I doubt anyone would want such a block except for me. It would need to reduce temps by at least 2c to be worth it. I think it's possible. It would require a Semi split pump system in parallel which means i need another pump though.



im gonna base it on a simplified version of Herc130 idea

Edited by Ultrasonic2 (muffy) - 8/18/09 at 1:14pm
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Good luck with the build, I'm looking forward to it.

It had struck me before how flexible you can be with this system. You are cooling a large area of uniform heat so you have a lot of options.

You could even have 2 or more completely separate cooling loops running through the same water block where the water never actually meets (by using some sort of divider).
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just get one of these and use G3/8"
http://www.marinedepot.com/ps_ViewIt...T%20(420%20gph)
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